We suggest you need to spend at least four hours at Loseley Park to appreciate it fully, although on summer days we do find people stay considerably longer and you’re always welcome to spend the entire day with us. Visits to Loseley House are by guided tour only and last around 45 minutes. Last tour 1 hour before close.
Wheelchairs – We have 2 wheelchairs available for visitor’s use.
Accessibility – The Garden, Grounds, Gift Shop, Tea Hut, Chapel and Toilets are all fully accessible to wheelchair users. Please note that the Garden pathways are laid to shallow gravel. The ground floor only of the House is accessible to wheelchair users. Please note: no heavy framed motorised wheelchairs are allowed in Loseley House.
FAQs for the reopening of Loseley Park on April 24th 2021
When will Loseley Park be open?
Loseley Park gardens and grounds will be open from Saturday 24th April; 7 days a week (Monday – Sunday) into May and June from 10am – 4pm.
In July and August, the gardens and grounds will be open on Monday’s, Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s only from 10am – 4pm and will be closed to the public for the rest of the week.
Please note that Loseley Park will be closed to the public on the following dates for private events:
Saturday 19th June
Monday 21st June
Tuesday 22nd June
Wednesday 23rd June
Thursday 24th June
Friday 25th June
Monday 23rd August
Tuesday 24th August
Wednesday 25th August
Loseley Park will be open to RHS members with free admittance for the month of May only as part of the RHS partner garden membership. No need to book; we are open from 10am – 4pm.
What are your opening times?
Loseley Park gardens only will be open 10am – 4pm daily.
*LP reserve the right to close early if weather conditions deteriorate
Will I be able to visit and take a tour of Loseley House?
As we are a family home, Loseley House will be reviewing whether we can open the house this summer.
We are very keen to keep our family residents safe and social distancing within the house to comply with Government guidelines is not possible with narrow historic corridors! We will update you as soon as we are able.
Do I need to book a ticket to visit Loseley Park?
Loseley Park are not operating a ticket-based system. Entry will be on a first come first served basis. We will be monitoring and restricting the number of visitors into the garden at any one time. Whilst we don’t expect large queues please do bear with us and wait to leave a 2 metre gap between each household.
Can I call ahead to see how busy you are before deciding to make a visit?
Yes, do give us a call on 01483 304440 and our team can advise you how busy we are.
Are children welcome at Loseley Park?
We are a family home and everyone is welcome to enjoy the gardens.
Are dogs allowed?
We politely ask you to leave your dogs at home as they are not permitted in our gardens.
How long does a tour of the garden typically take?
We expect most visitors to take approximately 2 hours to wonder around our gardens at a leisurely pace. Whilst we do not expect huge queues, we do ask our visitors to be mindful about time on their visit and other visitors
Will the toilets be open?
We will be looking to open our toilet facilities from Saturday 24th April.
Can I bring a picnic?
Picnics are not permitted within the gardens and grounds of Loseley Park.
Is the car park open?
Yes, it is. We have plenty of room for visitors with over 200 car parking spaces plus an overflow. We do ask you to park responsibility and where possible to leave a nice gap between parking bays. We do not charge you to park your car at Loseley Park.
Is there anywhere to purchase refreshments?
Yes, please visit our tea hut where we will have coffee and other hot drinks available. Cakes and sweet treats; along with other refreshments will be available for purchase. Don’t forget to purchase the Loseley ice cream before you go home!
Will the gift shop be open?
At this present time, we will not be opening the gift shop.
Can I pay my entry fee with cash or card?
We will only be taking payment for entry via card on the day of your visit. This is due to protecting our staff and to help maintain the new 2 metre guidance.
Will I notice any changes on my visit to Loseley Park this year?
Access inside the greenhouses will not be available on your visit, however you will be able to admire them.
We will be implementing a one-way system around the garden, we kindly ask our visitors to adhere to the social distancing regulations that we are putting in place.
We will also be asking our visitors to use our entry and exit points within the garden to ensure we can follow the social distancing guidelines. Our staff will be able to advise you of these on your visit.
Some areas of our grounds/gardens maybe roped off; we kindly ask that you respect these private areas. These maybe roped off to protect our family’s private quarters and to protect our staff too.
We will be politely asking you to sanitise your hands-on entry to the gardens. Hand sanitiser will be available to our visitors.
Please note that due to being closed for several months, and due to the lockdown period, some areas of our gardens are looking a little rustic! We are working on them, but we do think you will be pleased with the presentation of Loseley gardens on your visit; there is so much to discover and in bloom.
Will there be anyone on duty to assist me with any questions I have about my visit?
We will have staff on duty to welcome you to Loseley Park, to monitor visitor and staff safety and to answer any questions you may have.
Please note that our gardeners maybe working in the gardens at the time of your visit. We kindly ask you to keep a 2-metre distance, but they would love to answer any of your gardening questions! They are very friendly!
We are also taking questions about the gardens via email too. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be pleased to come back to you.
The above is all subject to Government guidelines and allowances. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to Loseley Park and hope you enjoy your visit.
Admission prices for 2021
|Garden, Grounds and Mulberry Tea Lawn||£10.00||£4.00||£8.50|
Arranging a Group Visit
How to Find Us
Loseley Park is South of Guildford and 30 miles South West of London.
Loseley Park Guildford Surrey GU3 1HS
By road Loseley Park is situated on the B3000 New Pond Road and the main entrance is in Stakescorner Road, signposted ‘Loseley House’. Please be aware the Sandy Lane route has a sharp hairpin bend not suitable for coaches. If using SAT NAV, please enter “Stakescorner Road GU3 1HS“ otherwise you will be directed to the wrong part of Loseley Estate.
By rail Our nearest main station is at Guildford around three miles away and a taxi from there will take you direct to Loseley Park.
By bus From Guildford Bus Station – numbers 42, 70, 71 and 72
Grid reference SU 97457 47329
The Gardens are fully accessible to wheelchair users as the paths are flat and laid with shallow gravel. The ground floor only of the House is accessible to non-motorized wheelchair users. There is no lift to the first floor. The Tithe Barn and Chestnut Lodge are accessible to wheelchair users. There is an Accessible Parking area close to the House and Gardens and Accessible Toilets by the Gift Shop, in the Tithe Barn and Chestnut Lodge. We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please phone 01483 304440 or email email@example.com
Loseley Park are delighted to welcome you to the Mulberry Tea Lawn where delicious homemade and seasonal treats await you. (Garden entry fees apply)
We are pleased to offer homemade cakes and scones made here onsite at The Loseley Bakery. We serve our own blended range of coffee, offering you the best in aromatic flavours along with a lovely selection of speciality teas to choose from.
No reservations for lunch or coffee required, do pop to see us and we look forward to welcoming you.